Wedding photography workflow tips from Ryan Brenizer

by Gannon Burgett

posted Monday, June 29, 2015 at 3:56 PM EST

As much work goes into a wedding shoot, the most time consuming aspect of any wedding event is post-production. Wedding photographers rarely shoot less than 1,000 images for an event and when it comes to backing up, sorting through, editing and delivering the images, the hours can add up quickly leaving you spending more time at your desk than behind your camera.

To help break down the basics of post-production for wedding photography is NYC wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer, who shoots 65 weddings per year on average. In partnership with B&H, Brenizer has created the below video breaking down his post-production workflow from beginning to end.

In the 22 minute video, Brenizer walks through the best practices for backing up images, selecting what images to deliver to the client, editing the images in post production and tricks for sharing images with your clients. This is as comprehensive as any tutorial video gets, so set some time aside and be sure to take some notes.

You can find more helpful videos from B&H by visiting their YouTube Channel.